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from behind win over the cubs and homer bailey throws the first no hitter in baseball and unfortunately it was against >>> the giants have hit rock bottom thanks to homer bailey. he threw the the first new hitter this season against your san francisco giants. tim lincecum was solid, but in the 6th philips takes him out in a hurry. it was a 3-0 lead. but the big story was homer bailey. per fect game into the 7th. he walked oblanco, but a no hit neither tact. this could have ended the no-no. a close play at first, but bailey having to cover and blanco trying to go to third. you never know if that could have been a hit. struck out 9. pablo sandoval swinging at the high heat. two outs in the 9th with a chance to atone. >> what is gonna happen? on the ground to third. frasier and a no hitter. >> no hits for the 16th time in franchise history. 3-0 the final. bailey throws the first no hitter this season and the second of his career. he had one late last season. >> i had one and two is just as special. i go out here every day and try to win a game. to have no hitters is something exceptionally
a's do hosting the cubs? full house at the coliseum. bottom fourth, 2-0 cubs. moss, solo home run to right. a's down 2-1. top eight, runner on second, brian triples to left field. 3-1 cubs and that's your final score. the a's go down. >> you know, we just had a tough time figuring out garza, you know, for bart, you know, the first run, the ball gets by. you know, ball in the dirt gets by and base hit the first run and then, you know, one home run after that, and other than that he was doing the same things that we've seen him do allyear. >> on a happy note, congratulations to 49ers defensive back and former cal stand out on getting married to carry washington. he spent eight seasons with the oakland raiders, reportedly tied the knot in idaho last week. she was the star in the hit comedy jango unchained. the news continues with more after this. happy 4th of july, everybody. >>> a gallery of the 4th of july tradition. >> stepping on the scale in new york for the nathan's hot dog eating contest. have you seen him eat? >> yes. >> he's the champ. weighing in at 20 -- 210 pounds. last y
to reports, a bear cub that they think was about 150 to 175 pounds. still a sizable bear. as you can see, that bear has wandered over to the fence. >> hey, get inside your house! >> you see a brief moment where that bear is climbing over the fence. [ screaming ] >> they all run into the simkus household. t.j.'s mom said about 15 neighborhood kids ended up inside her house. they were obviously terrified and thrilled all that once. this was a big day for them. >> now, according to police, this bear ended up causing a problem a few days later in the week. they ended up having to call the pennsylvania game commission. they called in a sharpshooter who shot this bear cub with a tranquilizer. the bear cub is doing fine. was released back into the wild and okay. but caused quite a scene. >>> los angeles firefighters had a tough night the other night when they came across this commercial building on fire. you can see just white hot with heat and flames. that's not the most dangerous part about this fire, though. keep your eye on the fencing to the left. see all that splashing. it almost looksike
are being tributed to a fireworks show, following the a's show against the chicago cubs. later on in sports, joe fonzi will have highlights from the game. some of the fireworks following the a's game. the fireworks always a big draw there at the oakland coliseum. oakland isn't the only city celebrating with fireworks tonight. the city of richmond celebrates on july 3, a day early. >> reporter: the celebration ended just about an hour ago, many families tell me, attending this fireworks show has become annual tradition. the 18 minute long show dazzled the crowd. a bay area based company put on the spectacular display. the night sky all aglow is always a crowd pleaser. >> the fireworks show is amazing. came back just in time. >> i love the fireworks. i just love everybody gathering together with the music in the background. >> reporter: the oakland east bay symphony provided the music that accompanied the fireworks show. all the music was composed by american artists. >> the program is really diverse, and the crowd is really diverse. celebrating all of that is why we're here. >> reporter: ton
the a's show against the chicago cubs. later on in sports, joe fonzi will have highlights from the game. some of the fireworks following the a's game. the fireworks always a big draw there at the oakland coliseum. oakland isn't the only city celebrating with fireworks tonight. the city of richmond celebrates on july 3, a day early. >> reporter: the celebration ended just about an hour ago, many families tell me, attending this fireworks show has become annual tradition. the 18 minute long show dazzled the crowd. a bay area based company put on the spectacular display. the night sky all aglow is always a crowd pleaser. >> the fireworks show is amazing. came back just in time. >> i love the fireworks. i just love everybody gathering together with the music in the background. >> reporter: the oakland east bay symphony provided the music that accompanied the fireworks show. all the music was composed by american artists. >> the program is really diverse, and the crowd is really diverse. celebrating all of that is why we're here. >> reporter: tonight's celebration included a performance by t
. >> a lion, actually, yeah, lions, 2 cubs? 3? i see 2 and a lioness. actually it's a big female, you see? >> yeah. [speaking indistinctly] >> to dominic's delight, the lioness hasn't killed another cow, but it's feasting on a wildebeest instead. >> the three cubs, yeah? you can see now they're full, i mean their bellies are full and actually you can see them playing, all of them. it's wonderful. >> but tomorrow morning, maasai cattle will be let out to graze just a few hundred meters away, and dominic must be there to warn them off. >> yeah, actually here they are already, here they're grazing. actually, it's a lot of cattle, and we want [indistinct] and see now where they are. one was here. [speaking in maa] [whistling] >> yeah, actually, as you can see now, the cows are very safe because they're in an open area so somebody can see the lion in a very far distance. if there is a lion there or an elephant or any kind of an animal. >> with the cattle moved out of the area, the risk of a lion attack has been prevented. >> i'm much happy to do my job because i'm dealing with the community pe
. the a's with a come from behind win over the cubs and homer bailey throws the first no hitter in baseball and unfortunately it was against >>> the giants have hit rock bottom thanks to homer bailey. he threw the the first new hitter this season against your san francisco giants. tim lincecum was solid, but in the 6th philips takes him out in a hurry. it was a 3-0 lead. but the big story was homer bailey. per fect game into the 7th. he walked oblanco, but a no hit neither tact. this could have ended the no-no. a close play at first, but bailey having to cover and blanco trying to go to third. you never know if that could have been a hit. struck out 9. pablo sandoval swinging at the high heat. two outs in the 9th with a chance to atone. >> what is gonna happen? on the ground to third. frasier and a no hitter. >> no hits for the 16th time in franchise history. 3-0 the final. bailey throws the first no hitter this season and the second of his career. he had one late last season. >> i had one and two is just as special. i go out here every day and try to win a game. to have no hitt
we have the delays can you expect this morning use head out the door. >> the a's take on the cubs at coliseum but will fans who rely on bart to get there be able to get to the game? >> fireworks show or game and a lot of folks will be trying to go. it will be rough. >> fireworks -- trying to get to work is a blast. and not a good one. >> it is not a blast. on treasure island, we have a report of a stalled vehicle traveling along westbound bay bridge at treasure island we have a stalled car blocking one lane so we could have done without that and we have an accident in fremont southbound long 680 blocking one lane and it sounds like there are injuries involved and you are looking at slowing southbound 680 coming from the sunol grade to fremont so we will rack that. i will show you the san mateo bridge with more traffic but it is moving. there are quite a few extra cars from hayward to foster city. >> day three of the bart strike. the negotiations are in a "pause" after a marathon session that lasted until almost 3:00 a.m. >> the workers do not hear what going on with the negotiatio
. >>> the oakland a's are playing an interleague game against an opponent they rarely see the chicago cubs so you could expect a big drop. the b.a.r.t. strike forced many fans to change their plans. >> reporter: we set up special cameras to capture the parking lot fill up the hours before the game. >> taking the car, trying to car pool with as much people as we can. >> reporter: how often do you take b.a.r.t.? >> every time, every time that i come to games. always. >> reporter: but the b.a.r.t. station remains shut down. >> we know b.a.r.t. is an important factor of getting people to the game. >> reporter: david reneti says the a's are urging fans to get to the game early. >> tomorrow is the fireworks show. we have the fireworks show and we have the cubs. they've never been here before for a regular season game. >> reporter: for now ac transit buses are still running to the coliseum bus station. the station is still a connection for people heading to oakland airport but air b.a.r.t. bus service is shut down. the strike could also be taking a bite out of attendance. these friends say a friend fro
to mt. rushmore for this unique photo. i even received videos. these cubs fans in the windy city. >> hi dr. oz. we are here in chicago wearing your purple gloves. >> maybe if the cubs wore the purple gloves they might win the world series. dr. oz: sure is wind nechicago. not just here in america. so, pout purple gloves and send me photos and videos and you may end up on the show. so, who wants this? i tried. thanks. for more about the show go to droz.com. i will see you next time. >>> hi, everybody. i'm beth troutman. this is the show about great videos and the stories behind them "right this minute." >>> what's up? >> i'm over it. >> two thugs try to rob the wrong guy. >> on his way to church. >> you guys trying to jump me? >> meet the dude who went all chuck norris on the bad guys. >> i had the backpack on and i told them the basically take their best shot. >> a woman is shooting some rainy day video, and then
the cubs, they have never been here before for a regular season game. >> for now, ac transit busses are still running. the station is also a connection for people heading to the oakland airport but the bart bus service is shut down. these fans say a friend in san francisco decided to stay home. >> i am glad i did not buy the ticket now because i could not make it. >> reporter: and , back out here live, with a few people continuing to make their way into the coliseum. the a's usually offered free parkings on tuesday but this match up with the cubs, they're calling it a premium game so everybody still have to pay to park here, live in oakland, eric rasmussen ktvu channel 2 news. >>> people waiting very long line at the transit. everyone said it was a lot easier yesterday to maneuver around the strike. it is getting worse on this second day of the bart walk out. >> why do you think it is worse today than yesterday? i think more people knows about car pool that's why i see many faces that i did not see before. >> making it standing remotely on the busses, san francisco commuters saying
and today was awarded $143,000. >>> the cubs have played more games in the world series than they have in the coliseum. not the only homer who likes donuts. we'll explain in a minute. ,,,,,,,,,, radio: it's mattress discounters' radio: it's mattress discounters' 4th of july sale. bulldog: that cloud reminds me... radio: the tempur-pedic cloud collection-- bulldog: that's it! radio: now with 48 months interest-free financing-- basset hound: free financing? radio: mattress discounters' 4th of july sale ends sunday. >>> well the offense has been so bad. tonight the giants found themselves on the wrong end of baseball history. give me the clock. now pitched well enough to win. they made one big mistake. brandon phillips with a line drive into the cheap seats for a two-run homer that made it 3- 0 reds. now bailey walked one in the 7th, but at a no hitter going into the 9th inning. >> bailey with a one ball strikeout. here's a groundball to todd fraisher. he's up, he's throwing, and bailey has a no-hitter. >> the first no-hitter of the season. the last one to throw was homer bailey. did it
. >> if the strike continues tonight, a's fans are encouraged to carpool to the game against the cubs. they beat the cubs last night by 8-7 to move back in first place in front of 17,000 fans, a much bigger crowd is expected tonight which include as fireworks show after the game. officials estimate that between 15 percent and 18 percent of fans take bart. they are opening all parking lots and the off site lots. >> the giants can not wait to get home after failing to get a hit in cincinnati. reds pitcher homer grounded out the third to end the game and bailey was perfect but for a walk in the 7th and the giant was the only baserunner. reds won 3-0 knocking the giants into...last place in the n.l. west, the no-hitter the first in the league this season with another one last season. >> traffic is better this morning but it will be busy. >> absolutely. as we look you can see a lot of green on the map so we are at top speed and not seeing any delays yet. we are seeing some folks moving into the bay bridge toll plaza but it is quiet. if you need to make the commute in the westbound direction and not a
the bart strike secting the a resawn -- bart strike is effecting the a's and cubs. >>> good morning. it's bart strike day number three. people are already waiting here in line for the buses that bart has chartered to take you from walnut creek into the city. you can see people are up and early. kind of a long line here. alex savidge is will. we will talk to some of the people that are taking the bus and get a gauge on what it will be like. remember bart has added more buses. i will let alex come in with the details. we would like to hear how the bart strike is impacting you this morning. chris go to ktvu facebook page and share your stories. we'll be taking some of the stories there and reading them on the air. it is 4:51 let's go back to the desk. >>> santa claire are district attorneys office is considering whether to prostitute brooks. he's accused of punching lamar and hitting him in the head with a beer bottle. drivens needed a couple stitches. first he wanted to press conferences but he has since changed his mind. >>> massachusetts authorities will try top prevent former new engla
's are getting ready to host the subs for a 705 -- cubs for a 7:05 p.m. game. with the a's game 880 is not that crowded and they are having fireworks tonight. should be a good crowd on hand. ♪ roundup ♪ i'm a loving husband and a real good dad ♪ ♪ but weeds just make me rattlesnake mad ♪ ♪ now roundup has a new sharp-shootin' wand ♪ ♪ i'm sendin' them weeds to the great beyond ♪ ♪ roundup yeha! [ whip cracks ] ♪ ♪ no need to pump, just point and shoot ♪ ♪ hit 'em in the leaves, and it kills to the root ♪ ♪ 'round fences, trees, even mulched beds ♪ ♪ 'cause the only good weed is a weed that's dead ♪ ♪ roundup yeha! [ whip cracks ] [ male announcer ] roundup... [ whip cracks ] with the new one-touch wand. >>> pictures of the community on the third day of the bart strike. you see the long lines of people waiting to board ferries. look that right hand side, a bus just pulled up to take all the commuters trying to get home back across the bridge and where they need to go. people have been waiting in long lines to get home, getting out of the city a
the cubs. last night the sell out crowd of 35,000 packed the stadium for the game and post fireworks. gridlock was avoided although fans had to drive to the coliseum in peak commute. >> the commute was better than i this. >> i not highway 24 would be backed up but it was good. >> earlier, traffic getting out of san francisco to the bay bridge was extremely slow. here is the driver's vow the traffic from cell 7. at 6:00 p.m. it took 30 minutes to go four blocks to where the bay bridge is, with the backup not so bad for people who left early. the a's did loss yesterday. stay with abc7 news if complete coverage of the bart strategic with the latest developments on our website at abc7news.com. we have the latest on nexts, up-to-the-minute traffic maps and commute options and download our exclusive abc7 news waze app to navigate the freeways. be sure to physical us on twitter@abcnews for instant updates. >> the ceremony of the four teams in the america's cup will be held at the pavilion on the waterfront. the start of the quest for the oldest toast is in question when a jury meets to deci
're 30 minutes from first pitch in oakland where the a's are hosting the cubs. tonight's crowd is expected to be bigger than normal because of the post-game firework show. but the bart strike has taken away the most popular way for fans to get to the coliseum. there's a live look of the section of 880 running next to the o.co. terry mcsweeney continues our coverage now. the fans have made it there. they have been planning ahead. >> reporter: they have been and they are getting really good at getting around without bart. check out the traffic jam going into the o.co. they are here for the a's and cubs and fireworks and doing it all without bart. with flags flying they came to the o.co coliseum united against a common opponent, traffic jams induced by the bart strike. some are finding faster ways to the ballpark. >> 24 to highway 13. took highway 13 to seminary. seminary all the way down and that was just smooth sailing. >> reporter: a common theme, get here early, early enough to play bean bag, early enough to fire up the grill, or fire up two grills. early enough so you don't g
league play in the national league central. hoping to keep it going hosting the cubs tonight. debut for chicago pitcher chris acclimated to the coliseum. first time the cubs ever played here every time in the big have visited. josh donaldson visiting the left 2 run homer in the left. 14th. chris young total shot to left. eighth of the year and griffin to early 3 nothing lead. griffin though finds trouble in the fourth. alphonzo. smoke to left center. 2 on. 3 run homer. tie the game at 3. over young head. one run scores. 2 run score. griffin taking for 7 earned runs. cub lead rate now 7-5-8 complete highlights for you tonight at 11:00. >> organizers at the bank of the westin is in classic. semifinalist in the drew at stanford 3 week from now. that means american sloan did not make the wimbledon semi. stevens last american men or women draw facing 2007 runner-up. bartolla leading the first at 5-4. rain delay and play resume took the set then broke 5 consecutive time rally but didn't have enough in the tank lattering straight set 6-4 7-5. match of the day last year runn
tonight at the coliseum. just to let you know it's fire works night. the a's uncub -- and cubs. its will be a well attended game. let's go to steve. >>> i didn't know that, sal. no ticket or get fast track. >> right. the only one time. you get that one time grace period. >> a lot of fog on the coast. it's not making too much of a search yet. we'll keep an eye on things. and tropical clouds continue. if you will well inland i. will still be very, very fog. it's a lot higher today than yesterday. it made it to parts of the oakland perkily hills there is a lot more fog today up and down the ma rip. 50s to 70s. if you r well in -- and watch those higher clouds. i'll tell you they are close. it couldn't take fog mostly sunny. very for wool. the. 50s to 100s. i do think inland areas start to cool down. south bay a little bit. inland temps will take another day or two. by the weekend it looks like everybody gets on this cooler pattern. >>> thank you. time now 5:21. amazing rescue caught on tape. how a firefighter in fresno saved the life of a kitten found in a burning home. >>> good mornin
for a four-game sweep later on this morning arizona and cubs bartolo colon going for his ninth consecutive win. home run, cubs win 3-1. >>> manny ramirez could be coming back to the biggs. 41-year-old slugger signed signed a deal with the rangers. >>> in soccer, chris buries the goal. 3-2. >>> england's andy murray rallied from two sets down at wimbledon to beat fernando verdasco. a british player hasn't won wimbledon since 1936. it goes back to 77 years. same age as vern glenn senior. that will do it. i'll talk to you later. >> thank you, vern. >>> we go to fenway park for a play of the day. we have red sox and padres. bottom of the 9th score tied not anymore. jonny gomes launches a pinch hit walkoff game winning home run that lands in the monster seat. it was his second walkoff against san diego's luke gregorson and it's our play of the day for the petaluma native and former as jonny gomes. >>> 5:25. bart managers and union leaders still working on a compromise today and we have the results of a new kpix 5 opinion poll about which side is to blame. >> and police believe someone is out to
there is anything. it's doing a good job. >> are rus citizen? >> i remain a cub -- canadian. >> malcolm gladwell when does "david and goliath" hit the stands? >> the beginning of october, october 1 of this year. >> this is booktv on c-span2 previewing malcolm gladwell's newest book "david and goliath" october 2013. it hits the bookstores -- thanks for watching booktv. what are you reading this summer? >> the first book on my summer reading list is something that i have read already called a victory lap the secret science of winning campaigns by sasha eisenberg and it's about how people need data and analytics to make their decisions so it covers how the campaigns work in terms of talking and communication and this is the hidden side, really the doings that happen and it's an important book to read. that was the first thing on my summer reading list. the second book on my summer reading list is a biography of tip o'neill by john farrell. he is a terrific writer. it's an older book but i think it's the perfect thing to read. tip o'neill would be an absolutely terrific book. it won awards when it c
. tonight the a's play the cubs at the coliseum. moderately heavy on 880 -- a little slow approaching 238 but plenty of room in the parking lot. a lot of heavy traffic on 24 and 680 -- back to you in the studio. >>> new information tonight on the arizona wildfire that killed 19 elite firefighters in the mountain town of yarnell. they are looking into whether the firefighters took precautions. people brought flowers and teddy bears to the fire station. two communities have been evacuated. >>> your tax money spent at an elegant resort. federal judges recently convened at a conference that was held in america's most lux curious spots and you're paying for it. >> in one of the most glorious indoor pools éluéyou will ever see -- federal judges in the north circuit stations a conference in the resort. rather than using a government building in dc -- and tax payers paid for the rooms $270 a night for judges and federal court staff. >> all kind of posh amenities -- everything someone wants to be am perked with -- pampered. >> about 150 federal judges attended. courthouses last week had very lig
to free up. so if you're going to be seeing a's versus cubs tonight 27 miles per hour is your top speed down to o dot co.t the bre it's very slow getting worse by the minute. 34 miles per hour is the top speed into hayward. and get your drive time traffic here at 80 coming away from the maze 3035 minutes heading away from hercules to antioch. dan, carolyn? >> thank you very much. stand by we'll come back. ave h our cell 7 camera on the streets tonight. ken i know you've had an adventure out there today. >> i am at battery and washington street here in san francisco. earlier things were moving much, much slower than here which isn't saying mu me two hoo the bay bridge. about one car per light getting out of san francisco. >> several instances of this happening this morning at the bay bridge. drivers backing up realizing they were driving solo in a carpool lane. it's a $381 violation if you're caught. and chp is watching. we could not recommend this. this will also get you a ticket. >> perhaps cause a wreck, delaying traffic more. congestion compounded when several cars broke down or over
to be seeing a's versus cubs tonight 27 miles per hour is your top speed down to o dot co. taking a look at the bridge it's very slow getting worse by the minute. 34 miles per hour is the top speed into hayward. and get your drive time traffic here at 80 coming away from the maze 3035 minutes heading away from hercules to antioch. dan, carolyn? >> thank you very much. stand by we'll come back. we have our cell 7 camera on the streets tonight. ken i know you've had an adventure out there today. >> i am at battery and washington street here in san francisco. earlier things were moving much, much slower than here which isn't saying much. it took me two hours to get to the bay bridge. about one car per light getting out of san francisco. >> several instances of this happening this morning at the bay bridge. drivers backing up realizing they were driving solo in a carpool lane. it's a $381 violation if you're caught. and chp is watching. we could not recommend this. this will also get you a ticket. >> perhaps cause a wreck, delaying traffic more. congestion compounded when several cars broke
no hitter. the giants are no hits for the first time since 2003. reds win 3-0. >>> the a's and cubs starting a three-game set. a's down 5-3 in the fourth. coco crisp two runs scored tie game. top sixth, still tied, wellington castillo doubles to center. cubs up 7-5. bottom 8, same score, two on for derek norris. homers to center, gives the a's an 8-7 lead. they hold on to win in the 9th and win by a final of 8-7. >>> also today, the sharks traded for t.j. galiardi to the flames for a fourth round draft pick. >>> it's a small company, and it could change the way you tell time. >> the pebble smart watch which syncs to your smart phone. they've sold about 85,000 watches through its kick starter fund-raising page. smart watches will now be sold through retail giant best buy beginning this sunday. it's one of those things like those google glasses, now you can wear your watch too. >> who do you think will be the first person among the three of us to have it. >> no, i like a classic watch. >> thanks for joining us tonight. our morning show will continue to follow the bart negotiations. ♪ [ roars
're going out to for the cubs. here is a look at the drive time traffic. other areas along 80 eastbound, some lead to highway 4. >> thank you very much. >> extra buses used in the alternate commute for bart passengers are clogging up streets tonight. abc 7 news is wlif a look at the terminal. >> it's a gridlock scrambling out here. we're across the street from the transbay terminal between folsom and howard. you're looking towards howard there. if you can imagine just a, an ambulance had to come down against traffic. to pick up a man in the casual carpool line who collapsed and another standing next to him had to call an ambulance for him. he looked like he was qog to be but he was complained of chest pain. the line standing in the sun was too much for him. as if buses from other agsz and bart charter buses weren't enough to cause a -- clog streets there are party crashers. a start up called ride pal offering free rides across the bay gathering up people from the carpool lines and making as many round trips as they can back and forth across the bay between 4:30 zp 8:30. seeing this as a
between tonight and tomorrow. game forecast as the a's take on the cubs, 78 at 105. and uv index are s running high. sun and high clouds for your 4th of july temperatures will be steamy. inland, triple-digits and 70s and cool it for friday. by the time holiday weekend we're back town where we should be for this time of year. mid-80s to upper 60s and think everybody will be ready. >>> thanks, very much. >>> mike shumann is here. lots to talk about the wimbledon. >> they are wrapping up. we'll have your winners and giants no-hitter in cincinnati >>> coming up at 11:00, a raging apartment fire in the south bay. very latest on the people inside when the flames broke out. we're watching for new developments in the bart takes, plus how the strike is going to change the way people celebrate the 4th of july. those stories and lot more coming up at 11:00 over on channel 7. and shu is here with sports. the giants. >> giants made sure it didn't happen again in cincinnati. after the no-hitter last night. zito on the hill. he realizes maybe he doesn't have a chance. buster drops the ball and awkwar
in pittsburg and 104 in antioch. we have a day game and a's take on the cubs at first pitch at 1:05 with first pitch. our lows are going to be in the upper 50's to the lower to mid 60's and that fog will come in so if you are headed over to san francisco along the waterfront to watch the fireworks, your visibility could be hampered. the seven-day outlook shows hot today, cooler tomorrow, saturday will have temperatures ramping up again by the beginning of next week. in traffic we have a stalled taxi. this is in hayward along 880 northbound at 238. it is blocking one lane and c.h.p. is on the way to try to get that pushed over to the shoulder. we do not have any delays as yet. as we head in the south bay through san jose all the roadways are at top speed at 280, 101, everything is looking clear and 85 from 101 to cupertino we do not have problems. mass transit showing egg on a local day schedule with no bart in service. a few extra buses are added to act tran it and muni. this is the bay bridge toll plaza. you will need your sunglasses eastbound. traffic is moving smoothly. from emeryville into
five years, $107 million. >>> baseball. the cubs haven't won a world series in over 100 years. they haven't even played in a fall classic since the truman administration so tonight the lovable losers from the national league will make their first visit to the oakland oakland. the trade deadline is a month away but chicago is already thinking about next year. the cubs sent feldman to another club. feldman one of the cubs' better pitchers was scheduled to start tonight in oakland. >>> okay. one of the as smartest players here, fry manned his gpa in college 3.84 at duke. >> wow. >> he is one smart cookie and, of course, he was on my guest on game day. >> 3.84 gpa from a very bright family. if you weren't playing baseball, what would you be doing? >> well, my brother just started his third year in medical school. and from what i hear, that's not what i would want to do. that sounds like it's a pretty tough road. i would be interested in graduate school of some type maybe law school, but i'm happy to be doing what i'm doing. >> i think your parents are both lawyers? >> yes, they
'donnell. coming up, the chicago cubs make their first-ever to the oakland coliseum and homer simpson isn't the only one that likes donuts. we'll explain in just a minute. >> but first a look at the new eastern span of the bay bridge. we are counting down to its possible labor day opening. we are expecting an announcement on that in a week by the way. we'll be right back. ,, ,, look at them kids... they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. you don't need to run around. safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. throw a holiday cookout! thick, juicy new york strip steaks are just $4.99 a pound. get a great deal on arrowhead water, just $3.33 a case. and pick up cheerios
he saved a kitten no longer breathing. >> i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the chicago cubs make their first trip ever to the okayed coliseum and homer simpson isn't the only one that likes donuts. we'll explain in just a minute. ,, ,,,, through sunday at sleep train's 4th of july sale, save on sleep train's most popular mattress sets. plus, pay no interest for 36 months on tempur-pedic and icomfort. sleep train's 4th of july sale ends sunday. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ or how to keep from driving all over for deals for the 4th. you don't need to run around. safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. throw a holiday cookout! thick, juicy new york strip steaks are just $4.99 a pound. get a great deal on arrowhead water, just $3.33 a case. and pick up cheerios for just a $1.88. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >>> good morning, everybody. the offense has been so bad for the giants, they found themselves on the wrong end of baseball last night in cincinnati. tim lincecum certainly pitched well enough to win
into the cap of the relief pitcher. hats off to the cubs, they win 5-4. >>> one, two, three, four, five amazing half court shots. the prize, season tickets for the sacramento kings. watch the right part of your screen. the jockey falls off your horse. downtown hottie keeps on running at the belmont track. comes in first but officially not listed as finishing the race but fun to watch. >>> four of the five most powerful celebrities in the world are women, can you name them? >>> it's 86 in phoenix. 88 in phoenix, 86 in las vegas. you know it's going to be a hot day. and it certainly is. we do have heat advisories and warnings in areas across the southwest. temperatures today will be above 110. it is extremely hot. some relief showers in the northwest. 76 in seattle. tomorrow the sunshine is back, 83 for a high. 87 in portland. even medford, oregon, getting in on the heat. highs tomorrow should top out around 96 degrees. so even seattle's going to get into the mid 80s tomorrow. >> they're loving those 80-degree temps. >>> wedding dresses. liz taylor's first wedding gown went for auction wednesday,
here in germany, visitors to frankfurt zoo are being treated to a rare glimpse of a sumatran tiger cub. >> she is already three months old, but she has only just been moved into an outside enclosure where she will stay will -- with her mother. then she will be transported to a larger enclosure with her father. >> i think cleopatra would've had one of those as a pet. >> probably on a leash. >> this cup, without any leash. >> think you for being with us. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> a major victory for gay equality. decisionme court strikes down the law defining marriage as only between a man and a woman. but a major defeat for racial equality as another supreme court decision cuts in 1965 voting rights act which 1965 votingguts in rights act which protects minorities at the ballot box. you are watching "inside story americas."
. pick up from the cubs. waits for the 1-0 for the stroke. good fastball. strike one. gonzalez got the start last night. went 0 for 4. a packed house at camden yard. 1-1 pitch. there are a lot of people left. it was a nine-run game at the start of the ninth. they love watching this team. here comes the swing from strop. >> you realize how quickly a score can change. the yankees have only two outs with which to do that. come back from an eight-run deficit. >> joe: the orioles won 13 of the last 21 against the yankees. after dropping 43 of the previous 56. the orioles are now one out away from beating the yankees here tonight. that's back and out of play. if the orioles win tonight they will have won five of the first eight between these two with one more to go in the series. tomorrow night. should do it. machado. orioles win the first two games of the series. 11-3. britton gets the win. he's 2-2. phelps with the loss. he's 5-5. it was baseball night in america presented by ace hardware for tim and ken i'm joe. there's the final. 11-3 baltimore. now two and a half out in the a.l. eas
is they want to keep the winning momentum going as the cubs come on tuesday for the first time ever. in oakland, nbc bay area news. >>> the sharks making some moves on nhl draft day to select an 18-year-old with the 18th pick of the first round. earlier in the day, tyler kennedy. >>> to the racetrack in kentucky. because of rain they pushed the race back to sunday. and this didn't help anybody. kurt busch bumped keselowski. everybody was okay. especially that guy. matt kenseth took the checkered flag. >>> upped good news. the giants get off a losing streak. the a's playing great baseball. they get a day off. and summer is here. it's already july 1st. >> thank you for that. can you top that good news? >> no. i wish we could cool things off. we did it today, but it's reversing the pattern tomorrow into tuesday and wednesday. temperatures anywhere from 105 to 110. 4th of july still hot. >> all right. thank you for tuning in. we'll see you back here tonight at 11:00. >>> in this week's america's cup discover, we look ahead
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this morning and low-to-mid 70's. if you are headed to the coliseum the cubs are in town at first pitch at 7:05 with high clouds and sunshine and dropping to 68 by end of the day. the monsoon has kicked in and thunderstorms are over the sierra and mid-level moisture is keeping us warm this morning. we will be around 104 in sacramento and 111 inally coe and -- and 111 in chico. kristen and eric? >> a brushfire is under control near orinda park after breaking out near grisly peak boulevard. it burned two acres. >> pg&e is issuing an alert to conserve energy today in effect from noon to 7:00 p.m. with officials saying the hot weather is overtaxing the power grid. it could lead to blackouts if there is fire or the plant is forced off line, the peak energy demand of 47.5 thousand mega watts close to the report in 2006. >> it is day two of the bart strike and next we have team coverage of the stalled contract negotiations and what both sides are saying fill take to get them started. >> there is a change in how bart will move people around. we will have the details you need next. >> a look at the b
with the cubs for three days. they are saying "a large number of fans take bart to the games. we are nouning all fans to carpool to the game with all our lots available for parking including off site parking." the oakland a's averaging carpool without the bart option to get to the game tonight. >> the marin county commute was decent until a big rig driver decided to take his big truck through the wrong tollbooth. oops, the big rig was stuck in e axle. you can see the right lanes are clearly marked for oversized vehicles. can you see it is on the right. just missed it. the accident damaged electronics in the toll lanes which are being prepared and the truck has been towed. the sign on the side of the truck imagine, real cool service. not so cool now. the driver is in a bit of trouble. a lane is still closed for the clean up. >> we are talking heat wave with mike still, and it comes at a bad time with the bart strike and cars overheating. >> even overheating in the morning. wait until we get in the 100's and people are sitting on 24, or 680, or 880, or any of the interstates running through the ea
. the team hosting cubs in a three-game series. >> ucht ber says is seen an increase of 50 pfrs customers use an app to request a ride. and join us again tomorrow morning at 4:00 a.m. morning team will have latest on contract negotiations that is tomorrow morning starting at 4:00 p.m. >> we're in the middle of a heat wave and power alert. you should see sweltering heat in this video. let's check now with sandhya patel on the roof. >> yes. i'm here on the roof of the abc senter and as i look fog is rolling in, winds picked up. today up to 105 degrees in antioch. that is the high so far. the wind gusting to 32 at sfo. that is a good indication sea breeze is coming back in. 73 in san francisco. check out middle town 115. that is extreme heat. 92 in san jose. heat warning has been extended until 7:00 p.m. be careful out there. i'll be back to let you know if the hot weather will come to an end as you make your 4th of july plans coming up. >> wayne freedman has been out neat all day joins us live where it's been steamy. wayne? >> they're calling it a cooling trend out here. jokingly of course. a l
traffic on880, trying to get to the coliseum to see them play the cubs. there's more traffic as usual because there's no bart service. >> reporter: good evening. this is not a sold-out game, but they're expecting about 18,000 fans tonight. you can see behind me, the parking lot is beginning to fill up as fans continue to arrive. we've been here since about 3:30 and i can tell you that many fans decided to get here early. just down the brock there's a sight you would never otherwise see on a night like tonight. the bart station is a ghost town. the walk over would usually be streaming with people right about now, but it is empty. the a's put out a statement suggesting that people carpool and it seems that many people are heeding that advice. >> a lot of people trying to get home. it's a holiday week. but there's still plenty of traffic. we left in a little extra time. >> we left around 3:30 and got over here and probably less than an hour or so. >> reporter: again, about 18,000 fans are expecksed at tonight's game which starts at 7:05. maximum chas at this is 30,000. back here live you
the coliseum. the a's and cubs play tonight. of course there is no bart service there. we haven't seen a big crowd just yet at the coliseum. the traffic on 24 and 680 also very slow heading out. a lot more people in their cars for the evening commute once again. back to you. >> thank you sal. >>> new at 6:00 we have received a lot of questions about how much bart workers make. we spent the day investigating what it takes to work for the transportation agency. >> here's what now some say is really a situation where two parties, two greedy parties are fighting over the public's trust. >> this woman is used to working 60 to 75 hours a week for about $22,000 less than the average bart worker makes with over time. >> there are plenty of people out there that would be grateful to about -- be making that kind of money. >> her husband makes far less. >> i don't make much money at all. their benefits whereas much as i made in a yearly salary. >> they make about $71,000 in salary plus over time, benefits and retirement. >> to live in the bay area it is minimum wage -- these workers are not well off. >
cubs should make sure to give themselves extra time to get to the coliseum. the as are urging fans to consider taking ac transit buses during the b.a.r.t. strike. carpool something a good option. the team says there are 12,000 parking spaces open. even if the b.a.r.t. strike continues tomorrow, big crowds are still expected at san francisco's fort mason for the 4th of july celebration. and there will be some changes in place. this is what it looked like last year after crowds enjoying the holiday left a lot of trash in the great meadow. now glass containers and kegs are no longer allowed. golden gate national recreation officials have put out more trash and recycling bins. they are asking visitors to make sure they clean up after themselves. >>> today on the news at 5:00 -- we are keeping a close watch on the situation with the b.a.r.t. strike. negotiations are expected to resume in about half an hour. we will update you on any progress and should there be an agreement, we will break into coverage and bring it to you. again, once an agreement is reached, it will still take about 12
recently. our sumatran tiger cub is doing well and everyone wants to see this amazing creature. what an opportunity to see this animal and see it grow and evolve and it's really an amazing thing to see such a rare animal and people are coming to see it also. you are seeing our new giraffe, who is literally only a couple of months old. this animal is now able to go out into savannah everyday and people are thrilled to see this creature doing well and thriving. we have another animal, who is a very unique animal at the zoo. it's our peckory. this is a managed species and we collaborate with zoos and aquariums all over the world. this is a truly rare, rare animal found in the kind of mountainous regions of south america and you can see the baby there. it's a very unique animal. if you have never real seen them up chose, come to the zoo and see the mom and the troup and the baby. here is another one. this is another reason i think the zoo has been very successful. tanya brought in a new kind of paradigm, bringing traveling exhibits to the zoo. this started a couple of years ago. you may
jets to cubs coming out of the system in the next five years because of cost and fuel and other things. >> reporter: add to that hopes by the president to reduce tax breaks for private plane's use for business and the flight plan for growth could hit turbulence, just as it was starting to regain altitude. >>> and finally tonight, the statute of liberty closed since super storm sandy flooded liberty island back in october will reopen to the public tomorrow, just in time to celebrate the 4th of july. officials are bracing for big crowds to visit the monument because it had been closed for more than a year to make repairs and reopen just a day before that storm hit. and for a woman whose nearly 127 years old, lady liberty looks pretty good, isn't she tyler? >> always does, always does. >> that's "nightly business report" for tonight, thanks for watchi watching. >> we'll be here tomorrow night for a special edition of "nightly business report." hope you join us. have a great night everybody. >>> "nightly business report" has been brought to you by -- >> sailing through the heart of histori
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